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Functional Range Conditioning and Kinstretch for Better Mobility and Living Pain Free w/ Frank Duffy, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #404

In this episode of Barbell Shrugged, Frank Duffy explains how Functional Range Conditioning and Kinstretch can help you increase your mobility and live pain free. Frank Duffy is a Co-Founder of Par Four Performance, and Head Coordinator of Strength...

Giant Jerks in the One Ton Challenge: Anders Varner, Doug Larson, and Travis Mash — Barbell Shrugged #403

The Jerk is the single olympic lifting movement that does not require a pulling movement. Driving your body under the barbell is a different beast than pulling yourself under the barbell like the clean and snatch. In the One Ton Challenge, if you...

Functional Body Building w/ Marcus Filly, Anders Varner, Doug Larson, and Travis Mash — Barbell Shrugged #402

In this episode of Barbell Shrugged, the crew talks to Marcus Filly about his history from MD to finding CrossFit and his mentor James Fitzgerald and OPEX. Through  multiple trips to the CrossFit games and a team and individual, a season in...

Strength, Speed, Athleticism – The Three Pillars of Heavy Cleans w/ Anders Varner, Doug Larson, and Travis Mash — Barbell Shrugged #401

The Clean is a beautiful combination of strength, speed, and athleticism. Strength to move heavy weights. Speed to move your body around the barbell. Athleticism to put it all together.  In the One Ton Challenge, if you are going to make it...

A Statistical Analysis of Strength w/ Anders Varner, Doug Larson, and Greg Pitts — Barbell Shrugged #400

The One Ton Challenge leaderboard has over 1,700 athletes that have submitted their PR’s for the snatch, clean, jerk, squat, deadlift, and bench press. 85% of those athletes are male and 15% of them are female. In this episode of Barbell Shrugged...

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